Kicking off WE 365: Youth Voices weekly program

We are incredibly excited to kick off a new weekly platform for WE Kentucky TODAY!  “WE Wednesday” will feature WE 365: Youth Voices, an interview-style  program on Instagram Live that gives student leaders a chance to talk about issues and causes they care about most.   To launch the program,... Continue Reading »

Give for Good Louisville

On September 12th we are participating in #GiveForGoodLou, Louisville’s biggest day of local giving with the Community Foundation of Louisville. We believe with the strength of our movement, in 24 hours, we can get 500 donations. Help us reach our goal! Share our fundraising link with a post about “why... Continue Reading »

WLKY Interview – Forest Clevenger and Emily Slaven

DuPont Manual junior and sophomore, Forest Clevenger and Emily Slaven, spoke about compassion and service, in particular, advocacy.  They reminded viewers that advocacy is an extremely important, but often unrecognized form of service.  Forest expressed the goal of both the Mayor’s Give A Day week and WE Day Kentucky – to get adults and young people doing service all... Continue Reading »

2018 WE Day Community: Kentucky Schedule

Dear WE Day Kentucky Friends, it’s hard to believe that once again, spring break and WE Day Community Kentucky are right around the corner!! We have some exciting new surprises awaiting students and educators this year, including a returning crowd favorite, Hanna Alper! Stay tuned for an April 1st announcement of the WE Day Community:... Continue Reading »

Call for Personal Care Items: Donate Now!

Jamie Issis, Family Resources Counsellor at Marion C. Moore Middle and High School, and Zainab Alyasseri, a senior at Atherton High School, got of bed on a cold, rainy Saturday morning in order to be at the WLKY studios at the dark early hour of 6:50 am last weekend.  Their motivation? To share with WLKY viewers the importance of answering the... Continue Reading »

Inside the Impact: Wheatley Elementary Finds The Hook

Now that Mrs. Clayton-Taylor’s 5th grade students have decided on their We Day project idea, the real work begins. For their local act of compassion, the students decided to focus on a campaign to uplift their community and create a song that conveys the exact same message. The first step... Continue Reading »

Inside the Impact: Wheatley Elementary

Here’s an inside look at one of the We Day Ky 2018 Impact Stories: Question: What do you get when you mix one classroom filled with three fifth grade classes, one creative writing teacher, and sixty different ideas on stopping violence in their community?                       Answer: You get a chance... Continue Reading »